Beachesside condominium and hotel, located just north of the River Edge Trail, is looking to sell to a group that wants to build a massive condo development in the area.
The group, which has raised $40 million to buy and build a condo tower on the site, is aiming to build 1,000 luxury units.
The condos are planned for a stretch of the site along the river that is now under development.
“It’s a real gem and a very exciting development,” said John O’Connor, the general manager of Beachescape Development Group, which is building the condominium towers.
“It’s going to be really, really exciting.”
The group is hoping to open the project by late 2019, with the first condos set to be completed by the end of 2020.
The River Edge trail connects to the ocean at the mouth of the Columbia River.
It is the largest recreational and hiking trail in the world, and it has been closed to the public for several years.
The developer, a group called Beachescore LLC, has raised a lot of money to build the development.
The group says it is seeking a 20-year, $70 million tax abatement.
The company is working with the U.S. Department of the Interior to build and operate the trail, and to develop and maintain the trail.
The project has received federal tax incentives from the U,S.
Bureau of Reclamation, and the National Park Service.
It also is subject to the terms of the federal park system.
The tax abataions come from the Bureau of Land Management’s Boundary Waters and Surface Water Conservation Program.
The program aims to protect and preserve the watersheds, which are part of the country’s land management system.
Brent Johnson, an environmental consultant who specializes in flood management, said the developer is seeking to build on federal land.
“There’s a lot that could be done with that land.
They could probably get away with a lot,” Johnson said.
“I think they’re making a lot out of it.”
Johnson said he thinks the project is good news for riverfront residents.
“I think it’s really going to make a huge difference for people in the city,” he said.
“If you go to a beachfront, you’re going to see it as a destination and it’s going in a different direction.
You’re going into the city.”
The developer hopes to create a community of outdoor recreation, Johnson said, but the real draw is to the riverfront.
“That’s going be the future, because it’s just going to get bigger,” he added.